SHQ (Sexual Health Quarters) coordinates National Condom Day as an annual state-wide campaign. Taking place on Valentine’s Day, February 14, National Condom Day is an ideal opportunity to promote healthy relationships and safe, consensual sex!
National Condom Day 2020 themes
There are four themes for National Condom Day this year, each one being an important element for creating safe and positive sexual experiences.
The themes are:
- Condom use
- STI testing
National Condom Day 2020 hashtag
The hashtag is #CondomDay2020
National Condom Day 2020 key messages
National Condom Day aims to raise awareness of the following key messages:
- Condom use – Use condoms or dams to help prevent Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs). Condoms also help prevent pregnancy.
- Consent – Communicate with your partner/s and check in regularly. Consent is essential.
- Pleasure – When things are getting hot, make sure everyone is having fun. Pleasure is important.
- STI testing – Testing for Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs) is easy peasy. A simple urine, swab or blood sample is often all that’s needed.
- National Condom Day: 14th February
- WA Sexual Health Week: 13th – 20th February
National Condom Day 2020 Campaign webpage – Get involved in the 2020 campaign. The webpage includes an online resource order form, event and activity ideas, plus downloadable images, banners, bunting and posters.
SHQ Facebook page – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates. If you/your organisation has a Facebook account, use the hashtag #CondomDay2020 and tag @familyplanningwa.
SHQ Instagram account – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates. If you/your organisation has an Instagram account, use the hashtag #CondomDay2020 and tag @sexualhealthquarters.
SHQ Twitter account (@SHealthQuarters) – Keep an eye out for National Condom Day updates.
WA Sexual Health Week – Get involved in the 2020 campaign with a focus on Safety, Pleasure and Respect.
- RAP IT UP for #CondomDay2020. Use condoms to help prevent STIs and pregnancy.
- Hey, wanna spoon? Communicate with your partner/s and check in regularly. Consent is essential! #CondomDay2020
- Don’t worry, pea happy! Getting tested for STIs is easy peasy. A simple urine, swab or blood sample is often all that’s needed #CondomDay2020.
- When things are getting hot this #CondomDay2020, make sure everyone is having fun!
- Carrying condoms shows you are taking responsibility for your sexual health, as well as your partner/s #CondomDay2020
- Did you know? STIs can be passed on through unprotected sex, so always use condoms or dams #CondomDay2020
- Did you know? Most people with an STI don’t show any symptoms: the only way to know for sure is to get tested #CondomDay2020
- Plan ahead: have condoms ready and talk about safe sex #CondomDay2020
- Happy #CondomDay2020! You have the right to take part in sexual activities without fear, coercion or intimidation
- Happy #CondomDay2020! Remember you have the freedom to choose when and what sexual activities to take part in, and the freedom to change your mind at any time
- Want to know how to be a better lover? Communicate with your partner/s #CondomDay2020
- Got a penis? Condoms are the only contraception available for you so RAP IT UP! #CondomDay2020
- HOT TIP! Using lube during sex is a great way to increase pleasure #CondomDay2020